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. slow down, number two if you do hit it, don't panic. don't slam on the brakes. decrease your speed. >> the extra mattresses are coming out the mary isaac center where they normally have 100 beds available. mike johnson says when the temperatures are life-threatening, police and fire in the community know to send people here who would normally prefer to stay outside. >> hopefully the combination of referring knowledgeable citizens out there get people in and help save their lives during the cold spells. >> she is worried about saving her nursery inventory. she has always lost some and cover her citrus and other cold sensitive plants tonight. she has advice for any one covering their own. >> no plastic, old sheets or old comforters or cloth cover. >> rose garden in petaluma, not to forget about your bouganvilla. don't turn it off in the spring and this will actually protect the root system. >> heather, thank you. >> dan: a san francisco man was charged with 11 felony counts for allegedly setting his girlfriend on fire. both family and victims attended the hearing for dexter oliver on
with strong gun laws and mental health reform we don't have these issues in the future. >> no camera wars loued. at peer yens changed. he now has shaggy brown skmair a beard. >> a new effort in california to slow violence following last month's tragedy of an elementary school in newtown, connecticut. >> the 20131é!$ñ legislative session gn today, it's clear. after the shooting that school safety is a top priority. >> today we want to take a moment of silence. >> state lorkal leaders held a moment of silence to pay (%5s. >> it's easier in california. to buy bullets, bullets or sudafed cold medicine. >> buyers must present id. all sales to be reported with the department of justice. local law enforcement notified when involving large quantities. and conner version kits will be banned. asem whether iman says that won't work. >> none of the measure woz have done a single thing to prevent what happened. >> he is rallying to have one anonymous person, armed. >> we haven't had a single hijacking since september 11th. why don't we have a school marshals program? >> lawmakers hammer out how to i
around the vehicle to make sure we don't have any other occupants. >> crews have pulled the vehicle from the pond but it's uncertain when this area will be cleared. the entrance to the onramp to 85 south here is closed. live in san jose, hillin -- lillian kim. >> a san francisco woman is badly burned, her family says by her boyfriend. he attack happened a few hours ago at hollister street. reporter: police have basically been handling two crime scenes. witnesses tell us a man set a woman on fire down the street here on hollister, a half a block. she then started running towards her home. that is a half block down the street over there, where all the police cars are right now. that's where emergency crews picked her up and rushed her to the hospital. >> a smoldering sweater in the middle of the street. that's what 25-year-old star lamarr was wearing when her family sis her boyfriend, dexter oliver, doused he with gasoline and then lit her on fire. >> most of already face is burnt and a little here, but most of the face i burnt. >> her sister says this started with an argument over clothes
the story from sacramento. >> i am raring to go. i don't expect me to leave too soon. >> in the first public appearance since finishing treatment, governor brown wants to shake up california's troubles and severely overcrowded prison systems. he signed a proclamation declaring end of the prison crisis, filed court papers to terminate oversight of the care, and asked the judges to remove the population cap. pointing to thousands of pages in legal documents and reports and the millions spent to produce them over the years, governor brown says it's time to return prison controls back to california. >> we can't pour more dollars down the rat hole of n incarceration wex have to spend as much as we need but no more. >> california's prison problems began more than two decades ago. inmates filed a class action lawsuit. the court concluded overcrowding was a major contributor and sent a prison population cap. politicians have been reluctant to release criminals lirl because of concerns and fear of political ramifications. attorneys say they'll fight to keep the feds involved in mental health care bec
at the defendant's house, as far as circumstances are manner of death autopsy was just this morning so i don't have that reports yet. >> stanworth was not entering a plea but statements can be used against him at trial. the 70-year-old was arrested wednesday, after he called police and told them he killed his mother. detectives arrived at his home, they found nellie stanworth's remains. according to the complaint prosecutors think dennis stanworth killed his mother november 6th of last year. her body found outside on the property stanworth shares with his wife and father-in-law. his wife was in court but declined comment to abc 7 news. >>[ó, and just devastated this area. >> his arrest and that he has been living free for 22 years has been difficult for the families of the two teen-aged girls he was sent to death death row for sexual assaulting and killing in 1966 this, woman is afraid of stanworth. she was raises as a sister as one of the young victim autos are you confident they'll keep him in this time? >> no. i'm scared to death. they are going to -- someone is going fall through cracks and he
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